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Erken Cumhuriyet D neminde K kten Modernle menin Bir G stergesi Olarak ‘Musiki nk lab ’//// The Music Revolution as Signs of Radical Modernization in the Early Turkish Republic
Yakup KAYA
History Studies : International Journal of History , 2012,
Abstract: The main ideal of Turkish Revolution is to modernize of state and society in the period of Atatürk. The whole means of westernization and civilization methods were implemented by the Turkish political elite in order to achive that main target. Music revolution should be evaluated in the different position; because of the thoughts of Revolution s leaders. While lagislating modern laws, Atatürk and other Republican s pioneers had valued to Music Revolution in a peculiar stuation and aimed to make society accostemed to the polyphonic music of west. Although the argument about the music reform had become since the establishment of the republic, the main reform tried to be performed as banning of Traditional Turkish Music in the radio, in 1934. That prohibition continued about only twenty months. This otoritative approche ought to be thought prominant example as the signs of modernizer and reformer identity of the early republican s ideology.
The Evaluation of the Knee Joint in Terms of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Measurements in Osteoarthritis Patients: A Comparative Study Comprising a Control Group  [PDF]
Bozkurt Gulek, Gokhan Soker, Ertugrul Erken, Yakup Yesilkaya, Behice Durgun, Nazan Alpaslan, Eda S?ker, Omer Kaya, Eren Erken
Open Journal of Radiology (OJRad) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojrad.2014.41014
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The aim of this study was to assess the knee joints of osteoarthritis patients in terms of clinical and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) measurements and draw definitive conclusions from these quantimetric data. In order to achieve the above-mentioned goal, the knees of individuals from two distinct groups were examined by MRI. One group consisted of osteoarthritis patients while the other comprised the control individuals. All individuals from both groups underwent clinical and MRI measurements concerning their knees. These data were compared by using the statistical software from the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) v.15 program. Statistically significant differences were found between the control and patients groups in terms of the measurements of the second (short) diameter of the medial femoral condyle, and the intercondylar distance (p < 0.05). In addition to these findings, the Receiver Operating Characteristics (ROC) curve analysis gave statistically significant results for both of these measurements. The cutoff values for these criteria were as follows in sequence order: a sensitivity of 75% and a specificity of 52% for the medial femoral condyle, and a sensitivity of 70% and a specificity of 70% for the intercondylar distance. The ROC curve data may not be a deterministic outcome alone for this study. But it may in fact have a significant meaning when it is evaluated together with other statistically significant data. The t-test for Equality of Means, for example, gave significant results, concerning the measurements of the short axis of the medial femoral condyle and the intercondylar distance. It is well known that it is the medial portion of the knee joint which deteriorates the most during the process of osteoarthritis of the knee (OAK), and this complies with the results of this study.

Classification of some Linseed (Linum usitatissimum L.) Genotypes for Salinity Tolerance using Germination, Seedling Growth, and Ion Content
Demir Kaya,Mehmet; Day,Sibel; Cikili,Yakup; Arslan,Neset;
Chilean journal of agricultural research , 2012, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-58392012000100005
Abstract: salinity reduces germination, delays emergence, and inhibits seedling growth of linseed (linum usitatissimum l.) while some varieties are less affected by salinity than others. in this study, we aimed to determine the effects of nacl levels (0, 5, 10, 20 and 30 ds m-1) on germination and seedling growth of 10 linseed genotypes (lines 87, 89, 104, 114, 193, 194, 209, 215, c-90 and cv. san-85) and to classify the genotypes for salinity tolerance using germination and seedling characteristics. germination percentage, mean germination time, root and shoot length, seedling fresh and dry weight, na+ content and na:k ratio of seedlings were investigated. classification of linseed genotypes for salinity tolerance was done according to (i) combination of principal component and cluster analysis, (ii) na+ content, and (iii) na:k ratio of seedling. the results showed that the highest values were obtained from lines 193, 194 and 215 except for mean germination time, while germination percentage was not adversely influenced by nacl up to 20 ds m-1. seedling growth was inhibited at 20 ds m-1 although genotypes exhibited varying responses. na+ content was enhanced by nacl, but seedling from lines 194, 193 and 215 had the lowest na+ content at all nacl levels. cluster analysis performed by multiple parameters revealed three groups for salinity tolerance. it was concluded that lines 193, 194, and 215 were tolerant, lines 87, 209, c-90, and cv. sari-85 were moderately tolerant and lines 89, 104, and 114 were salt-sensitive genotypes. classification of genotypes for na+ content and na:k ratio showed similar result for tolerant genotypes while different genotypes for sensitive group were detected.
Tozalt Ark Kaynak Y ntemi ile Birle tirilen X60, X65 ve X70 eliklerin Kaynak B lgesinin Etüdü
Ali Ak?n Akay, ,,Yakup Kaya,Nizamettin Kahraman
Karaelmas Science and Engineering Journal , 2013, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7212%2fzkufbd.v3i2.120
Abstract: Bu al mada, petrol ve do al gaz hatlar nda kullan lan, dü ük ala ml , ince taneli ve yüksek mukavemetli X60, X65 ve X70 elikleri, tozalt ark kaynak y ntemi ile iki farkl tel (S1 ve S2Mo) ve toz (LN761 ve P223) kullan larak birle tirilmi tir. Kaynakl birle tirmelere, ncelikle yüzey ve yüzey alt kusurlar n belirlenebilmesi i in tahribats z muayene y ntemlerinden g zle ve ultrasonik muayeneye teknikleri uygulanm , sonras nda birle tirmelerin dayan mlar n belirlemek amac yla, ekme ve e me testi uygulanm t r. Ayr ca numuneler üzerinde sertlik ve makroyap al malar ger ekle tirilmi tir. Kaynakl numuneler üzerinde yap lan g zle ve ultrasonik muayene sonucunda, kaynak b lgesinde herhangi bir kaynak hatas na rastlan lmam t r. Yap lan ekme testleri sonucunda, tüm numunelerde kopma, ana malzemeden ger ekle mi ve bütün ba lant dayan mlar , ana malzemelerden daha yüksek bulunmu tur. E me testleri sonucunda, kaynak b lgesinde herhangi bir atlak, y rt k vb. hata g rülmemi tir. Yap lan sertlik testleri sonucunda, en yüksek sertlik de erleri kaynak metalinden l ülürken onu s ras yla ITAB ve ana malzeme takip etmektedir. Makroyap resimleri incelendi inde kaynak b lgesinde atlaklara, y rt lmalara, bo luklara, ergime/nüfuziyet azl na, curuf kal nt lar na ve yanma oluklar na rastlan lmam t r. Deney sonu lar genel olarak de erlendirildi inde, X70 malzemede kullan lan, S2Mo teli ve P223 tozu en verimli mekanik test sonu lar vermi tir.
Classification of some Linseed (Linum usitatissimum L.) Genotypes for Salinity Tolerance using Germination, Seedling Growth, and Ion Content Clasificación de algunos Genotipos de Linaza (Linum usitatissimum L.) para Tolerancia a Salinidad usando Germinación, Crecimiento de Plántulas y Contenido de Iones
Mehmet Demir Kaya,Sibel Day,Yakup Cikili,Neset Arslan
Chilean Journal of Agricultural Research , 2012,
Abstract: Salinity reduces germination, delays emergence, and inhibits seedling growth of linseed (Linum usitatissimum L.) while some varieties are less affected by salinity than others. In this study, we aimed to determine the effects of NaCl levels (0, 5, 10, 20 and 30 dS m-1) on germination and seedling growth of 10 linseed genotypes (lines 87, 89, 104, 114, 193, 194, 209, 215, C-90 and cv. San-85) and to classify the genotypes for salinity tolerance using germination and seedling characteristics. Germination percentage, mean germination time, root and shoot length, seedling fresh and dry weight, Na+ content and Na:K ratio of seedlings were investigated. Classification of linseed genotypes for salinity tolerance was done according to (i) combination of Principal Component and Cluster Analysis, (ii) Na+ content, and (iii) Na:K ratio of seedling. The results showed that the highest values were obtained from lines 193, 194 and 215 except for mean germination time, while germination percentage was not adversely influenced by NaCl up to 20 dS m-1. Seedling growth was inhibited at 20 dS m-1 although genotypes exhibited varying responses. Na+ content was enhanced by NaCl, but seedling from lines 194, 193 and 215 had the lowest Na+ content at all NaCl levels. Cluster analysis performed by multiple parameters revealed three groups for salinity tolerance. It was concluded that lines 193, 194, and 215 were tolerant, lines 87, 209, C-90, and cv. Sari-85 were moderately tolerant and lines 89, 104, and 114 were salt-sensitive genotypes. Classification of genotypes for Na+ content and Na:K ratio showed similar result for tolerant genotypes while different genotypes for sensitive group were detected. La salinidad reduce germinación, retrasa emergencia, e inhibe el crecimiento de plántulas de lino (Linum usitatissimum L.) mientras algunas variedades son menos afectadas por la salinidad que otras. El objetivo de este estudio fue determinar los efectos de niveles de NaCl (0, 5, 10, 20 and 30 dS m-1) en germinación y crecimiento de plántulas de 10 genotipos de lino (líneas 87, 89, 104, 114, 193, 194, 209, 215, C-90 y cv. Sari-85) y clasificar los genotipos por tolerancia a salinidad usando características de germinación y de plántulas. Se evaluaron porcentaje de germinación, tiempo medio de germinación, longitud de raíces y brotes, peso fresco y seco de plántulas, contenido de Na+ y relación Na:K de las plántulas. La clasificación de los genotipos de lino por tolerancia a salinidad se hizo de acuerdo a (i) combinación de Análisis de Cluster y Componentes Principales, (ii) contenid
Medical and Surgical Treatment of Gastric Impaction in Juvenile Ostriches
Logman Aslan,Abdullah Karasu,Cumali Ozkan,Erkan Duz,Abdullah Kaya,Yakup Akgul
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012,
Abstract: Radiological diagnosis and medical and surgical treatment options of the constipation problem seen in ostrich chicks were investigated in this study. The study was performed in a farm that 60 ostrich chicks were kept that are between 8 and 12 weeks of age. Our clinic was applied to upon seeing loss of appetite, weight loss and sudden death in 2 animals in the farm. Fifteen sick ostrich chicks that gastric impaction problem was found with clinical and radiological examination were included in the study. In the ostrich chicks that were found to be sick in clinical examination, clinical symptoms were observed like loss of appetite, weakness, dehydration, reduced number of defecations, drooping wings, messiness of feathers and inability to stand. Medical treatment was applied to 7 animals that general health status was not severe and that obstruction was found to be not complete in radiological examination and proventriculotomy operation was performed in 8 animals that stomachs were found to be full with foreign materials in radiological examinations and with serious health condition and also in 2 ostrich chicks that did not respond to medical treatment. Five patients out of 7 that medical treatment was applied and 8 patients out of 10 that were treated surgically responded to the treatment and got well. In the autopsies of the animals that did not respond to the treatment and died, macroscopic edema, erosion and hemorrhagic ulcers were found in proventriculus and ventriculus mucosa and in addition, stomach was filled with stones, sand, pieces of wood, metal and glass, rough feed particles and clover fibers. It was concluded that radiological examination will determine the level of obstruction, make the treatment easier and will direct it. It was also, concluded that emergency surgical treatment in cases with complete obstruction not responding to medical treatment would be beneficial if performed with no time loss.
Diagnosis and Treatment of Hypophosphatemia in Young Turkeys
Cumali ?zkan*, Abdullah Kaya, Lo?man Aslan1 and Yakup Akgül
Pakistan Veterinary Journal , 2012,
Abstract: This study was aimed to diagnose and to treat the disease of young turkeys showing hypophosphatemia symptoms in a farm. The material of this study was consisted of turkeys in both sexes, aged between 13-15 weeks. In the clinical examinations of the turkeys; weight loss, weakness, unwilling to walk, lameness and extremity fractures in some animals were determined. Blood samples were collected from 20 turkeys chosen randomly for biochemical analyses and mineral assays. Serum Ca, P, ALP, Mg, Cu, Zn, Fe, Mn and Co levels were analyzed. Phosphorus and Zn levels were found to decrease significantly whereas Ca, ALP, Mn levels and Ca/P ratio found to increase before treatment. For treatment purpose, phosphoric acid and vitamin D3 were added to their drinking water. Clinical findings improved after treatment and biochemical parameters which were abnormal before treatment returned to normal values after treatment. As a result, hypophosphatemia was one of the most important reasons of foot problems and bone fractures during the growth period of the turkeys. It was also observed that adding phosphorus and vitamin D3 in the drinking water for the purpose of treatment was considered to be beneficial.
Analysis of an Active Fault Geometry Using Satellite Sensor and DEM Data: Gaziköy-Saros Segment (NAFZ), Turkey  [PDF]
Sinasi Kaya
International Journal of Geosciences (IJG) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ijg.2013.46086
Abstract: In this study, Landsat 5 Thematic Mapper (TM) and SPOT HRV Panchromatic data were analysed to determine the geometry of an active fault segment (the Ganos segment) in Gazikoy-Saros region, west of Marmara Sea, Turkey. Gazikoy-Saros/Ganos segment is a part of North Anatolian Fault Zone (NAFZ). North-Anatolian fault is considered to be one of the most important active strike-slip faults in the world. Thus far in relevant researches based on Gazikoy-Saros segment a single straight fault line representation is used on the fault descriptive geological maps. This study, with the aid of enhanced remotely sensed data aims to reveal the linear details of the NAFZ fault segment, which subsequently were superposed with a Digital Elevation Model (DEM) data. Respectively, using these data the surface geometry expression of Gazikoy-Saros fault segment was detailed and remapped. According to the results of the analysis two small releasing steps were identified on this segment. The first one is situated between Mürseli and Güzelkoy villages, and the second one is between Mürseli and Yorguc villages. In addition to this, it is found that the fault strike bends approximately 7° further to in south-eastern (SE) direction between Yenikoy and Sofular villages. This angular change was defined with the advantage of multi-angular viewing capability of the multi-satellite sensors and DEM data. The newly generated surface geometry expression of Ganos segment was compared with Global Positioning System (GPS) velocity vectors.

GIANT CELL TUMOR OF THE TENDON SHEATH IN THE PALMAR REGION AND SECOND FINGER OF THE VOLAR SURFACE: A CASE REPORT
Yakup ?il
Marmara Medical Journal , 2010,
Abstract: Giant cell tumor (GCT) of the tendon sheath is the second most common tumor of the hand. GCT is placed locally and characterized by slow growth and benign nature. GCT of the finger is usually localized and not diffuse in the palmar area. We present here a 20-year-old man with a rare case of tendon sheath’s giant cell tumor in the second finger volar surface of the right hand with palmar area invasion.
Giant Hairy Nevi Excision Defect Repair with Perforator Flap
Yakup ??L
Trakya Universitesi Tip Fakultesi Dergisi , 2010,
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